Vietnam and Cambodia

6 nights / 7 days

  • Price starts at Rs.43,500

  • Note:
    • The above price is valid for a minimum group of 10 females travelling together
  • Accommodation in shared double or twin room at hotels selected
  • Transfer by private air-conditioned vehicle as per program
  • English speaking guide for each area as per program
  • Entry fees for all sightseeing as mentioned on the program
  • Boat for cruises mentioned in program
  • Meals as mentioned on the program: (B) for breakfast
  • Mineral water is available as complementary
  • Approval letter for visa to Vietnam
  • Tipping for guide and driver
  • Domestic and International flight tickets
  • 5% GST will be charged on total amount
  • Vietnam single entry stamping fee at the airport (25US$/pax paid by cash at the airport)
  • Cambodia single entry stamping fee at the airport (30US$/pax paid by cash at the airport)
  • Personal expenses, such as laundry, telephone, drinks, etc. All other services not specified in the itinerary
  • Meals, if not specified in the itinerary
  • Tipping for hotel staff, restaurant staff, boat rider, etc.
  • Travel insurance (we highly recommend that you purchase adequate insurance)
  • Any expenses of a personal nature (tips, porters, laundry etc.)
  • Any peak period surcharge like Christmas, New Year or any other event
  • Any meals in airlines
  • Any additional Baggage charges


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Arrival in Ho Chi Minh City

Arrive  at  Tan  Son  Nhat  International  Airport,  welcome  by  English  speaking  guide  and  transfer to your hotel. The transfer distance is approximately 30 minutes. Afternoon, take a  short  city  tour  to  visit  Notre-Dame  Basilica,  a  neo-Roman  cathedral  built  over  130  years  ago  by  the  colonial  French  with  materials  entirely  imported  from  Marseilles  and  stained-glass  windows  from  Chartres.  Next,  visit  Sai  Gon  Post  Office,  a  fine  colonial building  which  was  designed  and  built  in  the  early  20th  Century  by  the  famous  French  architect Gustave Eiffel Last. Afterward, stop for shopping at the French-built Ben Thanh Market which dates back to 1870 and whose main entrance clock tower has become a city’s symbol and where everything from clothes, sandals, lacquer are sold. Return back to your hotel.

Ho Chi Minh City

After your Breakfast at hotel and travel past miles of flat rice fields, along a bustling road to the Mekong Delta, the world’s largest delta and Vietnam's largest rice bowl. On arrival in My Tho City, board a motorboat and navigate through intricate canals while observing the local daily life up close as well as the landscape of waterways and lush islands. Land on Thoi  Son  Island  where  you  can  listen  to  Southern  traditional  music  performed  by  native artists. Next, you will change to a paddle boat to cruise through the narrow canals and  visit  households  with  traditional  occupations  of  home-based  coconut  candy  and  rice-wine making. Continue travel by motorized boat to another island to visit a bee farm and  taste  tea  with  fresh  honey  from  the  beehives  and  enjoy  fresh  fruits.  Interact  with  local  residents  to  understand  about  the  river  life.  Their  economy  is  based  mostly  on  tourism,  mangoes,  bananas  and  citrus  fruit.  On  the  return  to  My  Tho,  stop  to  visit  the  Vinh  Trang  Pagoda,  a  prominent  local  Buddhist  structure  built  in  1850  with  a  unique  architectural    mixture    of    Vietnamese,    Roman,    Chinese    and    Cambodian    styles    characterized by a highly ornate façade. Return to Ho Chi Minh.

Ho Chi Minh City

Morning,  transfer  to  Cu  Chi,  the  famous  Cu  Chi  Tunnels,  which  were  once  a  major  underground  hideout  and  resistance  base  of  Viet  Cong  forces  during  the  two  wars  against the French and the Americans. The tunnels, entirely hand-dug, formed a highly intricate network of interlinked multi-level passageways at times stretched as far as the Cambodian  border  and  totaling  over  120  km  in  length.  Its  complexity  was  beyond  imagination containing meeting rooms, kitchens, wells, clinics, schools, depots, trenches and emergency exits all aimed for guerrilla warfare. The tunnels were deep and strong enough  to  withstand  destructive  bombings  and  self-contained  enough  to  outlast  prolonged sieges. At the present, the section of the tunnel system open to visitors is a few hundred metres only. It is 50 m length and about 1.2 m high and 80 cm across. Some travelers find them too claustrophobic for comfort but experience to know more about the war in Vietnam. Afternoon, free shopping with guide.

Phnom Penh

After breakfast at hotel, meet our guide and driver at the hotel lobby then transfer to Bus Station  for  shuttle  bus  from  Ho  Chi  Minh  to  Phnom  Penh.  It  takes  around  06  hours.  Arrival to bus station in Phnom Penh, pick up by driver with guide and transfer to hotel. Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Overnight at hotel in Phnom Penh.

Siem Reap

After breakfast at hotel,  visit Royal Palace situated on the site of the former citadel and built by King Norodom in 1966, the Palace still serves as the King and Queen's residential quarters. Also within the walls of the Palace is the Silver Pagoda, so called because of five  thousand  silver  tiles  that  line  its  exquisite  floor.  Visit National  Museum,  the  distinctive red building with beautiful Khmer architecture and built in 1917. It contains more  than  5000  art  objects  made  of  sandstone,  bronze,  silver,  copper,  and  wood.  Continues to Wat Phnom – the name of a pagoda, was built by lady Daun Penh in 1372 on a little hill, Legend has it that after a particularly heavy flood, a wealthy Khmer woman named Daun Penh found a tree on the banks of the Mekong with four statues of Buddha hidden inside. Then you will have Indian Lunch at the restaurant.  In the afternoon take the private land transfer to Siem Reap, en-route you will pass through scenic countryside stop at Skun, also known as ‘Spider village’ due to the Deep fried tarantula that is the local delicacy, are you adventurous enough to try one. Last you may wish to stop off in Kompong Kdei, to look at Spean Prahtos (Naga Bridge) – an ancient Angkorian bridge built by the Khmers 1,000 years ago. Then continue to Siem Reap town. Welcome to the Ancient town – Siem Reap! Check in at the hotel and take a short rest as you wish. Then you will be transferred to have Indian Dinner at the restaurant. Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap, Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.


After your Breakfast at hotel. Explore Angkor Thom Ancient City: Terrace of the Elephants, Terrace  of  Leper  King,  Baphoun,  Phimeanakas,  and  Bayon  with  its  captivating  stone  faces. Move to Tomb Raider fame, Ta Prom Temple. Then return back to town for having Indian Lunch at the restaurant.  Next, discover the world’s wonder site of Angkor Wat. The magnificent temple was built in the 12th century and is the largest religious monument in the World.  In the evening, you will be transferred to have Indian Dinner at the restaurant. Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.


Breakfast at hotel and free time. Depending on the flight schedule, transfer to the airport for the departure flight. Please note! Rooms shall be released by 12 pm (noon). End of our services. Meal: Breakfast, Lunch.

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